What do you think is meant by 'a different grace'?
All technical? I think you're confusing me with someone else?! Or someone I was?! (I decided to sell my cleverness and buy bewilderment while the exchange rate was good - on the advice of Rumi).
Yes, for me grace is that acceptance of unfolding reality, over which we may have little or no control. It reflects a balancing of both doubt so that we continue to ask questions about what happens to us and faith to remain in awe of the eternal play.
Check out David Steindl-Rast ...
No writing on the solitary, meditative dimensions of life can say anything that has not already been said better by the wind in the pine trees. These pages seek nothing more than to echo the silence and peace that is “heard” when the rain wanders freely among the hills and forests. . . .
The speech of God is silence.......everything else is fiction, half-hiding the truth it tries to reveal.......we are travellers from the half-world of language into solitude and infinity.....
(Journals, Jan 11, 1950)